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When to Convert to Unicode

Is anyone requiring you to use Unicode?

Albert Bickford, Jim Brase and Lorna Priest, 2007-05-11

So far, there are few organizations that actually require people to use Unicode. However, we can anticipate that as the use of Unicode becomes more widespread, it may become more common in the future for universities, scholarly societies, NGOs, or governments to require this of researchers or language development workers under their jurisdiction.

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